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in china. >> and mom to be, katherine, duchess of cambridge, has left the hospital where she was treated for acute morning sickness. her husband prince william escorted her to a waiting car. the palace has yet to announce a due date for the new royal who will be next in line to the throne after dad. >>> and president obama and his family celebrated the annual christmas tree lighting. the first lady told him to make his remarks brief because she wanted to hear music. ♪ you better not shout ♪ you better not cry ♪ santa claus is coming to town ♪ ♪ eahe's making a list ♪ ♪ he's checking it twice ♪ he's going to find out who's naughty or nice ♪ >> they were celebrating in d.c. in just hours from now, the jobs report suspected to come out and it's expected to be messy. some analysts say no matter what it shows, no one should read too much into it. how are some business finding ways to keep jobs and their doors open while others are failing? tom foreman went looking for answers in new york. >> amid the bustle of broadway, against the bad economy and the crushing competition at
a distance from many countries, whether it's guatemala, tibet, colombia, whatever country, china, vietnam, cambodia, if you look back in the history, as i said, i have been involved in this for decades, you will see many families never give up on their children even if they're held hostage by the country. >> that's what robert said, he will not give up. >> he's not alone. >> what do they see, when these families go? it strikes a chord with them. and so, you know, to talk about the bad conditions, well, bad conditions are everywhere. i traveled to romania, russia, bolgaria, i spent the last god knows how many years working in orphanages trying to support >> alone. >> alone, untouched, fed by bottle propping. often speed fed so they choke, they lie in their own feces and urine, they stink, they're untouchable, and the people who work there are not professionally trained so they don't want to be near the kids. a lot of kids have underlying medical conditions, and there are no physicians who come in and qualify or quantify what their issues are, so they don't get that medical intervention, an
countries, whether it's guatemala, tibet, colombia, whatever country, china, vietnam, cambodia, if you look back in the history, asio said, i have been involved in this afor decades, you will see many families never give up on their children even if they're held hostage by the country. >> that's what robert said, he will not give up. what do they see when these families go? it strikes a chord with them. they see how the children are living. you say terrible, but take us inside and tell us what they see. >> the first thing you do, i have my eyes closes and can go back to any orphanage and you experience the silence. there's this deafening silence and there are these bad smells. then there's just these empty -- these empty rooms filled with cribs with silent children. kids who lie for hours, languishing. >> alone. >> alone, untouched, fed by bottle propping. often feed fed so they choke, they lie in their own feces and urine, they stink, they're untouchable, and the people who work there are not professionally trained so they don't want to be near the kids. a lot of kids have underlying medic
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